“I believe that the law on Human Rights is a necessary complement to the rules and regulations such as the Constitution that governs the nation. More so, its importance is elevated in the contemporary era of democracy. Without Human Rights people lose their rights to be relevant; for their rights to be taken into account […]
Who was the lawyer(s) and what did he/she/they do? Will we ever know the truth?
Inspiring keynote speech at the IBA Asia Pacific Regional Conference
You can continue to shoot the messenger. But deal with the message you must!
Malaysian lawyers are restricted enough already. An angry, big, bald, Indian man in San Francisco wonders why the Bar Council of Malaysia is giving wrong advice to lawyers, and creating new restrictions out of thin air?
Following its interview with LoyarBurokker Edmund Bon where he called the Bar Council toothless, FMT reports on the Bar Council’s response.
Free Malaysia Today reports on lawyers supporting and echoing Edmund Bon’s criticism of the Bar being toothless in the face of injustice in his interview with FMT.
Amer Hamzah Arshad’s interview with Off the Edge for the December 2008 issue.
A meditation on the Mover’s role at the call to the Bar.